Posts tagged history
If you’ve heard of The Prophet by Kahlil Gibran, a small white poetry book with a drawing of a man staring intensely out from the cover, you probably associate it with the 1960s. That’s when the so-called counterculture Bible began to be read at weddings (“Love one another, but make not a bond of love”),… More →
Last week I contributed my first post to Wonders & Marvels, a fascinating forum for history writers and readers that I discovered via the work of Ellen F. Brown. The site, run by Vanderbilt University historian Holly Tucker, bills itself as “A Community for Curious Minds who love History, its Odd Stories, and Good Reads”… More →
Thanks for the shout-out, History Wire!